The very much-anticipated Suicide Squad film is nearly here! And to hype things further, Australian actor Jai Courtney tells us more about playing a super-villain in the high octane, action blockbuster.
The inaugural MINDS Film Festival is being held from 29 July to 6 August 2016, and the U.K. indie production My Feral Heart has been chosen as the opening film. Jointly organised by the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) and the Singapore Film Society (SFS), the festival will showcase movies centring on the theme of intellectual disability, with the aim of fostering acceptance of and understanding for this community.
In Suicide Squad, the highly-anticipated third entry in the DC Extended Universe, a team of volatile superheroes are doing what doesn’t come naturally to any of them: saving the day. Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, Enchantress, El Diablo, Slipknot and Killer Croc, wrangled by Rick Flag and his bodyguard Katana, comprise “Task Force X” – assembled by government official Amanda Waller, they are coerced into running errands for, ostensibly, the side of good.
On Tuesday, F*** was at the ArtScience Museum in Marina Bay Sands Singapore where renowned action star Jackie Chan spoke to the press about his latest film, Police Story 2013. Maybe we shouldn`t be calling him an “action star though “I really want to prove to audiences that I`m an actor, not an ‘action star`. I`m an actor who can fight, not a fighter who can act, because if you fall into the latter category it`s hard to have a long career, he said empathically. Jackie has had a long and illustrious career indeed, and he assured us that there`s more to come yet.
F*** sat down with Bong for an interview at Seoul’s Four Seasons Hotel where the director spoke very candidly and occasionally through a Korean translator about Okja’s controversial journey and the subliminal message at the end of the film.
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Winter Is Coming

F*** is on the red carpet to catch the stars of The Huntsman: Winter’s War
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